• This diploma is directed to students of mechanical engineering and mechanical engineers and it is directed by a mechanical design engineer who is able to enter the labor market and knowledgeable about designing fire-fighting systems, HVAC design, plumbing design and how to use Revit MEP.

Enable trainees to do the following:

  • Being able to understand, design and sizing entire HVAC systems either residential or commercial buildings
  • To be able to make a complete design for different firefighting systems
  • To be able to make a complete design for different plumbing systems
  • Set up a project; produce a building information model of a commercial design for mechanical, Plumbing and Electrical systems
  • Extract 2D drawings for construction documents
  • Document a project with all necessary floor plans, ceiling plans, sections, details, sheets, annotations, general notes and keynotes

Fire fighting System Design Course

  • Introduction to Firefighting Systems
  • Codes & Standards for Firefighting design
  • Occupancy Hazards
  • Manual Firefighting Systems
    – Stand Pipes System (Fire Hose Cabinets)
    – Landing Valves
    – Fire Hydrants
    – Siamese Connections
    – Portable Fire Extinguishers
  • Automatic Firefighting Systems
    – Sprinklers’ Types & Distribution
    – Sprinkler Piping System (Layout & Sizing)
    – Zone Control Valve Details
    – Deluge System
    – Pre-action System
    – Wet & Dry pipe Systems
  • Firefighting System Components
  • Design of Pump Room & Water Tank
  • Firefighting water Tank (Sizing & Detail)
  • Fire pumps types, Sizing and Selection Criteria
  • Hydraulic Calculation using FIRE ELITE SOFTWARE
  • Important Design Consideration
  • Clean Agent Systems (FM-200, Novec 1230, Inert gases, CO2)
  • Aerosol Fire Suppression System

Plumbing System Design  Course

  • Introduction to Plumbing Systems
  • Codes & Standards for Plumbing design
  • Plumbing Fixtures
  • Drainage Systems
    – Most popular drains
    – Fixture Traps
    -Types of Drainage pipes
    – Important Design Considerations
    – Special drainage Systems
    – Drainage Pipes Sizing
    – Sump pit & Submersible Pumps
  • Vent System& Vent Pipes Sizing
  • Storm Water Drainage System and Rain water pipes Sizing
  • Inspection Chambers, Gully Traps and Slow down chambers details
  • Domestic Water Systems
    – Estimation of Water Demand for various projects& Design of Water Tanks
    – Water Tanks Types, Detail and Selection
    – Domestic Water Pumps (Sizing & Selection)
    – Domestic Water Pipes Sizing
    – Types of Water Supply Pipes
  • Hot water system
  • Compressed Air System
  • Vacuum Systems
  • Fuel Gas Piping System
  • Steam and Condensate Piping
  • Medical Gases Systems
  • Irrigation and fountains systems
  • Overview on Swimming pools design

HVAC System Design Course

  • Introduction to HVAC Systems
  • HVAC and psychometric basics and its processes.
  • Cooling Load Calculations considering the following;

– Climate design information
– Comfort zone and indoor air quality
– Zoning and surveying
– Building architecture
– Software (HAP).

  • HVAC Systems “Air Conditioning types”
    – Direct Expansion System (DX)
    o Package Units (Windows, Roof top Central package, Vertical Central package)
    o Split units (Central split, High wall, Floor and ceiling, Cassette, Ceiling Concealed Ducted “CCD”, VRF system)
    – Chilled Water System (Fan Coil Unit “FCU” & Air Handling Unit “AHU”)
     o Components of AHU & FCU
     o Sizing and selection of FCU & AHU from catalogues
     o Ventilation System Calculations
     o Types of ventilation fans (Axial Flow, Mixed Flow Fan & Centrifugal Fan)
     o Air terminal outlets (Types, Shapes, Catalogues, etc.)
     o Air Side (Duct System)
    – Duct types and material
    – Duct Sizing
    – Standard fittings from SMACNA
    – Accessories (Fire dampers, Volume dampers, etc.)
    – Duct Tests
  • Water Side (Chilled Water System)
    – Chillers Types and selection
    – Chillers Hook ups and valves
    – Chilled water Pumps (Calculation & Selection)
    – Chilled water piping size
  • HVAC System Relevant Issues;
    – Engineering responsibilities (Coordination, drawings and project documents required)
    – Electrical considerations
    – Control systems and instrumentation

Autodesk Revit MEP Course

Getting Started, Fundamentals, Beginning a Project

  • Describe Building Information Modeling (BIM)
  • Explain the collaborative workflow process
  • Working with the Revit User Interface
  • Using fundamental commands to draw and edit elements
  • Creating 2D drafting elements and views with Revit MEP
  • Creating sheet views for plotting
  • Begin a new multi-user project with work-sharing
  • Import or link background files
  • Use Copy/Monitor to add levels to a MEP project
  • Add spaces, space names, and space numbers
  • Creating a Spaces/Areas Schedule

Mechanical HVAC

  • Edit Project Information
  • Edit Energy Analysis settings for the project and for each individual space within the project.
  • Create Heating/Cooling Zones
  • Calculate heating and cooling loads
  • using the integrated tools provided with Revit MEP
  • Apply calculated airflows to space elements
  • Create HVAC schedules
  • Locate Air Terminals and create a supply air system
  • Size and draw duct layouts
  • Add Mechanical Equipment
  • Connect mechanical equipment
  • Create hydronic pipe systems
  • Add hydronic pipe and equipment
  • Add callouts, labels, schedules, and notes
  • Create sheet views for plotting

Plumbing

  • Add Revit MEP plumbing fixtures
  • Create Pipe types
  • Create water and waste systems
  • Add, size, and edit piping
  • Create plan views of piping systems
  • Create riser diagram views of piping systems
  • Create plumbing fixture schedules
  • Add callouts, labels, and notes
  • Create sheet views for plotting

Mechanical Piping 

  • Mechanical Pipe Settings
  • Creating System
  • Creating Fittings for System Pipes
  • Pipe Material, Pipe Sizing Table, Fluids Table
  • Pipe Routing Options
  • Automatic Pipe Routing
  • Manual Pipe Routing
  • Pipe Fittings Using Pipe Fitting Controls
  • Placing Fittings
  • Visibility of Pipes

Electrical

  • Use spaces to determine illumination levels
  • Add lights and power devices to floor plans
  • Add switching
  • Create power circuits
  • Complete lighting and power plans
  • Connect mechanical equipment
  • Add wiring circuits
  • Add panels and create custom panel schedules
  • Add conduit and cable tray
  • Add callouts, labels, and notes
  • Create sheet views for plotting
  • Add wiring circuits
  • Add panels and create custom panel schedules
  • Add callouts, labels, and notes
  • Create sheet views for plotting
  • General Revision

112 hours

Who should attend the training?

This training diploma was designed for engineers and engineering students mainly

“Mechanical Engineering” and those interested in the field of Mechanical Design and have an academic engineering background

Prerequisite:

  • It is recommended that students have a working knowledge of the Mechanical engineering principles
  • Microsoft Windows7, Vista or XP working knowledge
  • Drafting and design experience is a plus
  • A basic mechanical and hydraulic study is must

شروط التقديم:

    • مصري الجنسية.
    • خريج/ة (دبلوم – معهد – كلية).
    • السن من 18 إلي 35 سنة.
    •  موقف التجنيد محدد للذكور.
    • الجدية والالتزام.
    •  اجتياز المقابلة الشخصية.